With the Powerchute, a DEMAND (increased drag on follow through) is IMPOSED causing a SPECIFIC (golf swing) neurologic (increase quantity and quality of fast-twitch muscle fiber recruitment) response. You only have two opportunities to increase your swing speed; the first one disappears by the time you graduate from high school. If you’re still an adolescent, make sure you find a trained professional who is able to facilitate the optimization during this critical time. If you are beyond this stage your only option is to maximize the efficiency and function of your neuromusculoskeletal system.

The SAID principle is one of the most important and basic concepts in sport science. It is an acronym which stands for ‘Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demand’. It means that when the body is placed under some form of stress, it starts to make adaptations that will allow the body to get better at withstanding that specific form of stress in the future.


Increases Clubhead Speed

Of all recreational golfers tested, the average increase of clubhead speed (at impact) has been between 6-12 mph.

Increases Driving Distance

Of all recreational golfers tested, the average increase of driving distance’ has been between 15 to 30 yards.

Develops Proper Sequencing

The transitional sequence of movements from the backswing to the forward swing; arguably the most important move in the golf swing.

Eliminates Casting or Throw

Releasing the club early from the top of the swing is the most common fault among recreational golfers.

Increases Lag

Maintaining the hands ahead of the clubhead throughout the downswing. All long ball hitters posses ‘lag’.

Improves Balances

Swinging the Powerchute magnifies imperfect balance tendencies, which in turn identifies the deficient source.

Improves Angle of Approach

As one’s sequence of motion improves, so does the angle in which the club is delivered to the ball.

Improves Center-face Contact

As one’s sequence of motion improves, the path and angle in which the club is delivered to the ball improves. If these improve, then so will the ball contact.

Increases the Ability to Pinch a Ball off a Tight Surface

Bottom line- if one’s sequencing improves, there will be an increase of ‘lag’. If there is an increase in ‘lag’, the ability to compress a ball off a tight lie now exists.

Promotes a Full Finish

As one’s sequencing improves and ‘casting’ is eliminated, a complete follow-through will occur involuntarily.


Jack Nicklaus

Winner of 18 Major Golf Championships

Jack describes his experience using Powerchute by saying, “Wherever you’re gonna get your hit, that’s where you feel it.” He finishes off by explaining that, “When you can increase your speed 3 or 4 miles an hour, that’s 15 yards, or more. And, you know, that’s a pretty nice thing for a person to have.”


Jason Zuback

5 World Title Holder

“A more efficient golf swing from the ground up,” is how he begins to describe the Powerchute. He goes on to say, “It’s really helped me, you know, get my swing to a point where it is more efficient. It’s added some ball speed, for me, which is of paramount importance.” He sums it up with, “If you have a chance to swing it, you’ll get results.”